Alexandra Palace is a unique London venue available to hire which offers the perfect setting for corporate events including exhibitions, conferences, live events, product launches, trade shows and award ceremonies.
We can accommodate a large variety of corporate events, from small meetings for 60 people to large conferences for up to 7,000 delegates, banquets for up to 5,000 guests, and awards ceremonies. It is also the perfect venue for company away days – our brand new packages offer a twist to your event by incorporating on-site activities, outdoor space and a BBQ.
The venue benefits from a diverse and flexible range of exhibition space to hire, Alexandra Palace offers a variety of opportunities for public and private exhibitions (or consumer and trade shows). There are two main halls that offer 9126 m2 of exhibition space and another 7 additional spaces to support the exhibition, benefiting from 3 phased power, wifi, organisers offices, in house security and drive in access to the main halls for easy build up and breakdown.
The rich history of Ally Pally adorns the fabric of the building providing a multi-location site for productions. With up to 9 pillar free flexible indoor spaces, 196 acres of park and woodland areas, on site pub, Ice Rink and Unit Bases, all set against a panoramic view of London’s’ skyline the filming opportunities are endless. Recent productions such as X Factor transformed our West Hall into an alternative studio space, the Park was featured in BBC thrillers Undercover and Rellik while feature film Death of Stalin took our Ice Rink back to 1953 Moscow.
In-house crew catering packages are also available.
We are London’s largest independent venue with a standing capacity of 10,250. Our unique Festival Village is filled with an array of street food and craft beer and embraces a festival vibe for punters to enjoy, before entering the main concert hall. The building has played host to several world-famous musicians including the likes of Florence and the Machine, Skepta, Royal Blood, LCD Soundsystem and AFROPUNK. We are more than just a concert venue but a flexible venue who has hosted some ground-breaking shows with a dedicated events team who can work through your requirements to make your show something special.
The halls can be turned into a world class sporting arena offering promoters the chance to create an intense atmosphere and for this to be live broadcast to millions with ease. The flexibility of the halls allow for tiered and flat floor seating to be brought in with easy access or for tournaments, the space to set up multi competition areas. The home of the World Darts Championship, Master Snooker, Ping Pong, Mosconi Cup and more recently PROGRESS Wrestling the array of sporting possibilities are endless.
Uncover a lost gem as our Victorian Theatre is re-opened to the public for the first time in over 80 years. First opened in 1875 this historic venue is available from January 2019 for all types of events from awards ceremonies to banquets to live music events. With flexible staging and seating configurations and a capacity of up to 900 this space provides a unique backdrop for very special events.
Celebrate your special day with us at our glorious Victorian building overlooking London’s skyline, providing unique photo opportunities. We will ensure that you and your guests are looked after in a style that suits you from a unique wedding experience to a small informal special day. We can cater for 60 up to 1,800 guests in-house with a superb range of menus and excellent preferred catering services if required.
Over 150 years old Alexandra Park’s196 acres of Park consists of a delightful mixture of woodland, open grassland, a rose garden and attractions such as the boating lake, café, pitch and putt course and Go Ape. The Park can be hired as an add on to corporate events utilizing the South Terrace for outside catering area and drinks receptions in the Summer or to be hired for team building activities.
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Alexandra Palace is a charity, run for the benefit of everyone. Our Park, Palace and spectacular events have been enriching lives since 1863, but the coronavirus pandemic has hit us hard. To be blunt, we are looking at a £1m shortfall this year and the same again next year. We know this time has been hard on many people but, if you can afford it, your support will help us get through this crisis.